•15:46:47:27- Great high angle driving POV of a suburban street. •15:48:29:00- 15:48:29:00 Shot of car driving by "roadside businesses" (as the narrator dubs them) which look like earlier incarnations of today's strip mall. ( 2 reviews )
This is Clip 9 from the first Archive release of our stock footage. It is 12 hours of Time lapse footage condensed down to under two minutes. This is the first of what I hope will be many donations of stock video footage clips from my collection. I have tried to organize the clips with titles and countdowns so they are easier to use. COMMENT: I am releasing these Stock footage Clips for free so that editors who can't afford footage will have access. Please don't try to just sell this footage as... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Bridgewater Video, Stock footage, BTV AVI Stock Footage, AVI Stock Footage, Stock Footage First...
Evocative World War II-era film following a troop train: the coordination of effort; its staging and assembly of cars, cargo and passengers; its heavily guarded journey through the American countryside; and the food, sleep, exercise, training, drilling and recreation of its soldier-passengers. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: World War II: Logistics, World War II: Homefront, Transportation: Railroad
1939, sound, 55 min, Technicolor, 35mm. Transferred from a 35mm nitrate print. See: Andrew Wood, "The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair," http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/wooda/middleton/index1.html. This drama illustrates the contribution of free enterprise, technology, and Westinghouse products to the American way of life. The Middleton Family at the New York World's Fair pits an anti-capitalist bohemian artist boyfriend against an all-American electrical engineer who... ( 18 reviews ) Topics: World's Fairs, technology, capitalism, communism, time capsules
Promotional film made for the City of Detroit, an unsuccessful bidder for the Olympic Games. With views of city highways, automobile manufacturing, a diverse population, and social activities, all shot prior to the city's economic decline. ( 23 reviews ) Topics: Detroit, Michigan, City planning, Race relations